May 20, 2017
The app allows up to 6 or 8 (I don't recall). Personally, I have 3. The button was a good suggestion though.
I don’t think the app has anything to do with swopping from one device to another. Apart from when I first set up a Bose device I never use it apart from software updates etc.
Yes I agree, when the setup is done, don't touch anything except the power button and you are good to go. But don't touch anything else, the app isn't there to help you. That's bad because the app is visually helping to connect/remove devices, configure noise canceling button etc. But as long as only two devices max are connected, I agree you are fine without the app. That's bad because they are providing an app that is not working as intended, after more than a year it appears...
Apr 7, 2020
No, the issue is not resolved. Once connected and configured, the headphone works well with my iPhone and my MacBook computer, but connecting the Bose app is kind of random... Power ON/OFF and noise canceling are the only reliable fonctions. Which is the primary usage of this product, to be honest!
Oct 25, 2019
I tried what @Yashwant suggested but has no luck. I also tried all of the suggestions on your trouble shooting page but this hasn’t worked either. What do I try now? I have also had trouble with static while on telephone conversations making it impossible to continue on calls - not sure if these problems are related.
I'm sorry that you are having this issue. Can I please confirm what phone you have and if you have tried using a secondary phone at all?
Apr 21, 2020
This is pretty annoying. These things were expensive and they don't work. Extremely frustrating. I have an iphone 7 and they worked for like 5 minutes. Now it keeps trying to connect, asks me to "Select an Accessory" then it fails. It's funny because the phone is bluetooth connected to the headphones, but the app can't figure it out.